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, max, colin. he said he got one of those letters from insurance company that his insurance was canceled. he went on to the website and under the federal exchange and he found a better plan and now he's going to sign up. so i would hope that is what everybody would be able to do. and i thank you, mr. chairman. >> thank you, mr. chairman. i am pleased to hear the website will be fully operational by the end of november. would you come back to our committee so we can see if that's actually accomplished and how it was accomplished? sebelius: i will make every effort to do that. >> okay. you were governor and state insurance commissioner in kans kansas, and i reached out to our state insurance commissioner and governor, and i found out they have absolutely no data about nebraskans who have either tried to enroll or enrolled. nebraska's one of the states that opted not to do their own exchange and rely on the federal exchange. so is interesting to me that neither our insurance commissioner nor the governor's office had any data about nebraskans and enrolling in these plans. i also asked the i
in. they put in $6,350 single and $12,p700 a family for max out of pocket. >> reporter: other people are facing deductibles of more than $12,000, and for people who can barely scrape by as it is affording health insurance, that's simply something they cannot tack on to their monthly budgets, martha. martha: it could have a real ripple effect on the economy as well, john. so what are you learning that people are doing to get creative, i guess, to figure this out? >> well, you know, and the creative notion that some people are thinking about, martha, and this is how bad it's getting, they're thinking of dropping their health care coverage altogether, paying the fine and simply rolling the dice with their health care over the next few years until they can find some sort of better option. for example, cade joyner, he just got a notice that his individual plan is changing, his premium is going to go up by about 70%. he's trying to make ends meet with a small business, create jobs. he says health insurance may turn out to be an expense he just cannot afford. >> it was going to be well over
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